Heat Mark & Water Stain Remover
Softens the existing lacquer on the wood allowing the trapped moisture to escape and then re-sets to a perfectly hard wearing & flawless finish.
- Removes fine scratches, heat marks, water and alcohol marks
- Quick and easy to use
- Only one application required
- Leaves a flawless finish
The Heat Mark & Water Stain Remover works on all wooden surfaces with a nitro-cellulose lacquer. The product works by safely dissolving the lacquer allowing the trapped moisture caused by water, alcohol or heat to escape. The product then starts to re-work the lacquer and within a few hours it sets back to normal giving you a hard wearing and flawless finish.
Simply spray the Heat Mark & Water Stain Remover on the stained area and watch it disappear
Water marks & alcohol marks
Water & alcohol can get trapped under the lacquer on the wood causing white hazy marks to appear. These marks appear as blooms on the finish. When sprayed onto the wood, the product releases the trapped moisture removing the stain.
Hot objects often cause watermarks on wood in the shape of rings. When you place a hot object on a wooden surface, the heat can cause condensation beneath the lacquer that appears in the shape of the hot object that was placed down, e.g. a cup leaves a ring. This is simply trapped water moisture and is removed when the product is sprayed onto the wood.
Suitable for removing marks from all wooden furniture or fixtures that are finished with a nitro-cellulose lacquer. Heat Mark & Water Stain Remover is ideal for tackling
Not suitable for woods that have oil or waxed finishes.
Coverage & Shelf Life
150ml of this product should provide a quantity sufficient to deal with multiple heat marks or water stains on your wood. The amount of product used for each stain will vary with each application depending on the thickness of the lacquer and the severity of the damage.
Store upright, in a cool dry place, away from direct sunlight.
Once opened use within 2 years.
Do not use at room temperatures below 20°C, or at a humidity exceeding 70%, as otherwise surface will turn 'white'.
Clean the wood thoroughly with Wood Cleaner to ensure all grease, polish, maintenance products and dirt have been removed. These contaminants will act as a barrier on the wood preventing the spray from working properly, so it is very important you work on a clean surface.
Always test on a inconspicuous area before treating the stain. Spray the product onto the stained area in an even coat so the surface becomes slightly wet. Note: when spraying onto a vertical surface, apply a very thin coat to avoid runs.
Leave for 30 minutes. If the stain is still visible, apply another coat.
When the stain has gone, wait for three hours before touching the area to allow the product to thoroughly cure the lacquer. Afterwards, the wood can be maintained in the same way as before.
Q. Can I use the Heat Mark & Water Stain Remover on any wooden surface?
A. Yes, the product can be used on all different types of wood.
Q. Do I have to prepare the wood in any way before applying the Heat Mark & Water Stain Remover?
A. It is important to clean the wood thoroughly before using the Heat Mark & Stain Remover, taking care to remove any dust, dirt, grease, or polish from the area being treated. This can be done quickly and easily using our Wood Cleaner.
Q. Can I continue to clean and maintain my wood as normal after using the Heat Mark & Water Stain Remover?
A. Yes, once you have removed the stain/mark and given it sufficient time to cure, three hours is recommended, you can clean and maintain your wood as normal. You can clean the wood using our Wood Cleaner and we recommended our Beeswax Polish for polishing lacquer surfaces.
Q. How does the Heat Mark & Water Stain Remover work?
A. Water stains and heat marks on your wooden furniture are areas of moisture trapped under the surface of the lacquer (or marks on the lacquer itself). The Heat Mark & Water Stain Remover works by breaking down and removing the lacquer to remove the mark and release the moisture trapped underneath. It then replaces this layer of lacquer and seals it when cured, restoring the look it had before the mark or stain.